Designed to impress children with need to be on guard against molesters, w/out arousing fear or curiosity. Dramatizes circumstances & places in which children may encounter "dangerous strangers". Says that uninformed, naive children are most frequently "taken in" by molesters tactics & emphasizes that forewarned children can avoid such persons. A policeman acts as narrator & is shown as child's friend.
Written and Photographed by Orville H. Hampton. Produced and Directed by Sid Davis. "This picture was produced with the counsel and assistance of the Police Department, City of Los Angeles. Actors appear as a public service; we acknowledge the cooperation of the Ben Bard Drama Studio, Hollywood."
February 6, 2016 Subject:
Stroble Mania is in full effect!
Another gem by Sid Davis. If you have followed his his driving films closely, you'll know that hitchhiking is bad because of course, the driver may be a dangerous driver, kids are always quick to write down license plate numbers, all sorts of weird people hang out at the movie theater and never trust men with pencil mustaches. What you probably didn't know (and is news to me) that strangers can hang out in alleys ready to offer up swell pocketknives, that no matter how often you tell kids, they'll still go off with strangers, and that the cops will give you a manilla folder for your parents to take hope afterwards. Executive produced by John Wayne. Did you know that? Highly Reccomended!